Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Big Mac Sauce

(First: please scroll down for another post featuring 'one yard wonder' projects!)

Not the real recipe--a fakeout that tastes reeaaaally good.

This makes about a cup and a half.

SECRET BURGER SAUCE

1 Cup mayo
1/4 C French Dressing
2 Tablespoons plus 2 teaspoons sweet pickle relish
Onion powder to taste--or about 2 T finely minced fresh onion
2 teaspoons white vinegar
2 teaspoons sugar
dash salt

Mix it all up and store in a jar. Let it mellow in the fridge for a few hours to blend the flavors, giving it a stir every once in a while. Enjoy on burgers or anywhere else you'd like.

This reminds me of recipes for Thousand Island Dressing. The difference seems to be that you use French dressing here instead of ketchup. Imagine, someone at McD's changed one ingredient of a classic recipe and created the standard for 'secret burger sauce'!

I'm linking to "The White Blue Sky" to join in "Culinary Evolution." Hop over there for a yummy-sounding Barbecue Sauce recipe!

http://thewhitebluesky.com/2010/06/week-7-culinary-evolution-tangy-homemade-barbeque-sauce.html

6 comments:

Life in Rehab said...

Hi!

Thanks for commenting on my blog. I thought I'd pop over and see what you've been up to, and my, have you been busy! That Bavarian Cream sounds like heaven!

Big Mac Lover's mother said...

Have to give this recipe a try. . . If it ends up tasting like the secret sauce, my son will love you forever and ever. (Wink!)

Totallyscrappy said...

I'm not usually not a fan of Big Macs, but when I do want one... I want one! And then I will have the recipe!

Let'sMakeADifference said...

Thanks so much for commenting on my blog!! Your words were very kind! I hope I can have the great attitude that you do when all of my children are adults!!

A glimpse of me.... said...

Yummy! Perfect for hamburgers next week.

Thanks for visiting yesterday.

Jill

browneyes_24b said...

Hi! Thank you so much for linking up to my Culinary Evolution last Monday! I feel terrible that it took me a few days to check out your burger sauce (which has my mouth WATERING). It sounds absolutely delicious and simple to make! I can't wait to try it.

Have a great day, and I hope you stop by again sometime! :)

http://thewhitebluesky.com/2010/07/week-8-culinary-evolution-a-look-forward-and-back.html